The Kentucky Center for Orthodontics’ trio of doctors all got into orthodontics when they realized just how much a great smile can improve someone’s life. Dr. Douglas Durbin, the inventor of the Flosspik polypropylene interproximal dental cleaner, Dr. Thomas Garner, and Dr. John Huang enhance the smiles of both children and adults with Invisalign treatments, braces with clear brackets, and invisible retainers glued to the back of teeth. They use digital imaging to construct treatment plans, they avoid headgear whenever possible, and they never just pull out a tooth when it won’t cooperate. Under their steady hands, The Kentucky Center for Orthodontics has straightened the teeth of more than 35,000 patients, including Miss Kentucky USA 2009 Maria Montgomery.
Dr. Mark Stephens's cosmetic dental practice returns tarnished teeth to sparkling form, offering treatments to straighten and fine-tune smiles. The Invisalign treatment sets teeth into aesthetically pleasing positions with translucent, near-invisible aligners that are easily removed to eat, brush teeth, or use as a makeshift doll boomerang. Dr. Stephens will perform a thorough exam to determine whether Invisalign is a viable option, then conduct the x-rays and impressions necessary for further treatment. Should you decide to continue with the program, you will receive a $1,000 discount from your additional Invisalign purchase.
Dr. Cindy Munoz and her staff preserve the splendor of smiles with restorative and cosmetic dental treatments. Committed to cutting-edge cleaning technology, Dr. Munoz is constantly foraging for new ways to help folks say cheese and consume cheese with confidence. The doctor specializes in replacing missing, broken, or cracked teeth with crowns, bridges, partials and dentures. Her office also excels at advanced surgical procedures, such as mini dental implants and at brightening grins with teeth-whitening treatments performed in the office or with take-home kits.
Husband-and-wife team Drs. Teresa Boyd and David R. Thornton share many things, including a home in Lexington, two sons, and a dental practice. But the sharing doesn't stop with the two of them. Dr. Thornton shares his knowledge with students and health-conscious saw blades at Bluegrass Technical Community College, and Dr. Boyd has shared her time, offering free dental services to underprivileged kids through community and volunteer programs. The dentists also provide their clients with unique financing options. After cleanings, dental implants, or Invisalign treatments, patients can pay upfront or apply through CareCredit to divide their total into manageable monthly payments.
Dr. Feck, Dr. Combs, and the friendly staff of teeth technicians at Corporate Center Dental Care combine courteous patient care and state-of-the-art technologies to provide a variety of general dentistry and cosmetic treatments, offering sedation dentistry to limit pain and anxiety for patients. Brighten your gumcessories up to eight shades with Zoom! whitening. Zoom! whitening is a quick, one-time process for limiting the smile-dimming effects of coffee, cigarettes, and controversial cofferettes. As you relax, a scientifically formulated whitening gel and the specially designed Zoom! light collaborate to penetrate and remove discoloration and staining. The entire procedure takes less than an hour, leaving you with immediate, long-lasting results.
Once clients are comfortably ensconced in the dentist's chairthe oral exam begins. The resident toothsperts will check each individual incisor, cuspid, bicuspid, and molar for chips, cracks, staining, and loitering Minnesota Twins, ensuring that enamel bones are sound for biting, and gums and soft tissues will be inspected for any signs of periodontal disease. The x-ray battery exposes the roots and inner sanctums of oral stalagmites to reveal any soft spots, problem areas, or cavities. When your mouth checks out as mammalian and your teeth are cleared for take-off, the professional teeth cleaning begins. An expert cleaning removes all the buildup and surface staining that regular brushing and flossing can't—hardened tartar, hard-to-reach plaque, and bacterial graffiti along the gum line.